Thursday, March 17, 2011

Stouffer's Sautés for Two review and BlogHer giveaway!

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This is a sponsored review from BlogHer and Stouffer's.



When there's a rainstorm in Los Angeles the city can basically shut down – a 20 minute drive can take over an hour.

So when I heard on the news last Friday that a late winter storm was coming our way and saw the weather looking like this in afternoon, I told my husband that instead of doing Friday night date a restaurant like planned, we should a fun date night at home and make an ordinary night a little more fun!

(For those of not from LA, this is ominous weather in our city).

I decided this would be a great night to try a new Stouffer’s Saute for Two. It’s a great gourmet meal for a couple – perfect for after a long week where you don’t have the energy to cook but still want a delicious meal.

The whole entree comes in a one bag. So simple!

To set the mood for our romantic date night at home, I set the table with our crystal wine glasses and silver chargers.

(You know, the stuff you get for wedding, but don’t use too much)

Then I decanted a bottle of our favorite cabernet sauvignon.

Then I put a Steak Gorgonzola Stouffer's Sauté on the stove. It cooked in less than 15 minutes and was so easy to make without over or under cooking it. Even a culinary novice like me couldn’t screw this up. Seriously.


It was perfectly portioned for two people.



We loved every bite! The steak, pasta, and sun-dried tomato were a perfect combo. And the creamy cheese sauce was delicious. (Warning: this was not a low calorie dinner, but it was worth it!)

We lingered at the dining room table, taking and listing to the rain fall outside, and being cozy – making an ordinary night at home extraordinary. I can’t wait to do it again!


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Newlyweds on a Budget said...

Netflix, wine and takehome pizza is our answer to a romantic night at home!

Sara said...

We sit in the dining room and use the good china and crystal. And, we might be inclined to open a better than usual bottle of wine.

Sharon said...

We turn off the computer and our phones and just focus on each other!

Tris-star said...

We eat dinner on the couch and watch a movie!

S.L.M. said...

We cook together, share a bottle of wine, and play Scrabble!

Mami2jcn said...

We make ordinary nights special by picking up a Redbox and having a date night at home.

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Mami2jcn said...

tweet:

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Katie said...

I make a fire, cook dinner and then we force ourselves not to jump up after the meal to do the dishes. I just soak them in the sink, and we relax for the entire rest of the night.

Miss Sweet Tea said...

Usually our ordinary nights are the most extraordinary because there is no pressure! We put on our pajamas, watch movies, drink some wine (beer for him), and make dinner together! That's a perfect night...really, that's every night in our house!

J. said...

I make an ordinary night extraordinary by going on a walk with my husband and our doggie. My dog loves being outside so much that it always puts a smile on my face.

The Fam said...

Ordinary nights are extraordinary when you're aware of what's actually happening. Children are growing in front of you, your husband and you are growing old together - it's everything you've ever wanted - happening every day!

shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

Katy said...

We re-visit places where we had great dates and talk about what we did there and what we talked about...and laugh and giggle and talk about the future and where we've come and where we're going. It's almost always a hilarious yet romantic trip down memory lane. :)

Newlyweds on a Budget said...

I tweeted about it!
http://twitter.com/#!/NewlywedsBudget/status/48503489613152256

REBrown said...

We try to turn off the tv, cell phones, ipods and laptops and actually eat together without distractions!

Shoshanah said...

We rarely ever sit down at the table and eat together, so actually making an effort to do so definitely is a little extraordinary for us.

Amy said...

To make an ordinary night extraordinary, I usually will prepare a fancy dessert for a sweet ending. With the easy of Stouffer's help on dinner, I can have more time to make dessert and still have time to share with my loved ones. I'm love it! Thanks for a chance to win this giveaway!

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Tabathia said...

We rent a good horror movie and order in dinner
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Tabathia said...

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wigget said...

my husband and i will watch a movie after the kids go to bed

Ker said...

While we looove to go out for "date night" dinner and a movie - some of my favorite nights are when we pick out a good bottle of pinot noir and make dinner together, then after dinner pile on the couch with the two dogs and watch a movie from redbox!!

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Jennifer said...

One of my favorite date nights now is sitting by the fire and eating homemade cookies and milk. It's the simple things in life!

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shala_darkstone said...

Hi, I set the table with our nicer dishes, light candles, and maybe making a special dessert.
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Anonymous said...

To make an ordinary night with my significant other extraordinary, I like to fix their favorite dinner with their favorite dessert. LPoser1 [at] gmail [dot] com

susan1215 said...

We make dinners special by turning off cell phones, computers and the TV and talk about our day

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susan1215 said...

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Kerri Anne said...

Head out for a walk around the neighborhood (or through nearby parks). Hand-holding while strolling is the best.

(kladish(at)gmail(dot)com.)

~dab said...

I use candles and the good dishes, lower the lights and open a bottle of wine :)

katie m said...

Creating something new in the kitchen together is a fun way to spend an otherwise boring evening. We'll do 'Top Chef'-like challenge in that we'll specify a few ingredients that must be used, set a time limit, and then let our creativity guide us to a dish.

katie m said...

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marybug2 said...

I am single, but Stouffer's meals sound like the perfect thing for me and my mom.
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marybug2 said...

I tweeted
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ms-texas said...

we enjoy a nice meal at home followed by a movie

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ms-texas said...

tweeted

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~JEWEL~ said...

I make an ordinary night with my husband extraordinary be making up a nice basket of foods. Could be as simple as sandwiches and chips and drinks. (HOT chocolate in winter) Then even in the winter when we have a couple feet of snow we go to a picnic table that overlooks the river and forest and eat! All bundled up. It is really fun!

~JEWEL~ said...

my tweet
http://twitter.com/Nankani/statuses/49721161071865856

Rebecca Graham said...

No TV or cell phone distractions and a quiet evening at home.

rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

all electronics shut off- picnic in backyard or even in the bedroom

sweepmom said...

I make sure the kids are gone and we snuggle on the sofa together.

Mysharona said...

Send the kids to the neighbors and he is pretty happy.

peg42 said...

I try to make one of his favorite desserts or a special treat that he would love.
I also like to set our table with good linens and candles.
Thanks so much.
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coliebear said...

We get takeout from the local Italian place and watch a movie.
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EyeBeeLeaveEweHoney said...

When we have a bit of extra time, I like to make a several course meal, and I let him pick whatever movie he wants to see. It's a treat, because I am usually the one dictating what the evening entertainment is! LOL. And I like to end the evening with a nice desert!

EyeBeeLeaveEweHoney said...

I tweeted. http://twitter.com/#!/SewIntoEwe/status/49849066905014272

Kelly Massman said...

Adding flowers from our garden makes it more special to dine at home!

thanks!
kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

Lisa Weidknecht said...

Our nights are special, even after ten years, because we spend time together without the kids, starting at 930pm.

B. Wilson said...

Girlfriend, you have so many blogs! Of course I didn't know about this one, but love the idea of separating from the rest.

Anyway, I want to enter. :)

Hmmm... ordinary to extraordinary?
Well, a little wine always helps. But I usually make something homemade in the midst of frozen/canned/refrigerated. Like, I'd probably make a fun veggie saute or veggie skewer with that meal. Something to add a little extra zing. I think the meal you tried would go great with asparagus (with butter, salt, pepper).

Hope you're loving your ski trip. Excited to read about it when you return.

Anonymous said...

turn off all the electronics and light candles! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

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McKim said...

Turn off the tv, the cell phones and turn the lights down low and just snuggle and talk.

Peace Love and Pets said...

Nothing makes a night with my SO more special than a really great conversation

Peace Love and Pets said...

I tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/eyzofblu63/status/49880781014839296

elizabethrae said...

We turn off the TV! Sounds simple, but after a long day, sometimes all you want to do is veg. I love how much better my night feels after we just talk and enjoy each other.

Just call me "B" said...

I have two boys, and sometimes, I let them help me plan.....decorate the table, set the table, and sometimes they even "serve us"...very fun!

Jamie said...

Cooking a meal from scratch always makes it special! And to make sure to eat at the dinner table with the tv off.

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sarah said...

when you're with the person whose company you enjoy more than any other person's, a regular night becomes super special, so that is how I make my nights extraordinary, just by being with my husband

Denise S. said...

We make it extraordinary with a couple hours of good conversation.
lazybones344 at gmail dot com

Raine said...

I make my son eat at the table with me.

Anonymous said...

Just add a little music.
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rewcath said...

I set our table with our best dishes, some candles and music. I set the mood

rewcath said...

http://twitter.com/#!/rewcath/status/49921175752683520 tweeted @rewcath

kdkdkd said...

massage oil so we can relax and have some 'quality' time together :)

Bohemian Gypsy said...

For special times, I love dining with candle light and a nice linen table cloth...making some of my husbands favorite foods. It is also just as special, being alone and curling up on the couch together to watch a movie...with popcorn!

Kelly said...

We usually pop open a bottle of wine with dinner and have some fancier drinks after dinner... like root beer "floats" made with whipped cream vodka. :)

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Deborah Wellenstein said...

My husband and I love to sit outside in nice weather with a fire in the chiminea, and splitting a bottle of wine. Nothing better!

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Lisa said...

It is the simple things such as opening a nice bottle of wine. msmith572@yahoo.com

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Catharine said...

We like to eat in front of the fireplace to set the mood.

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Catharine said...

Tweet
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Georgia said...

One of these meals, no kids at home that day and a bottle of wine works well.

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Scott said...

All I have to say is Free backrubs!

Scott Martin
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Georgia said...

Tweeted here too

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bleush said...

good music and homemade food

Legally Married said...

Right now, our extraordinary nights together consist of putting away the law school books! Just having an evening to spend together without my husband studying or stressing about studying is miraculous! :)

Stephanie said...

eating AFTER the kids are in bed and opening a bottle of fantastic red wine
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mickeyfan said...

Extraordinary for us these days means we are both awake past 9pm!

hale2005 said...

I cook a nice dinner on the grill.

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hale2005 said...

I cook a nice dinner on the grill.

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hale2005 said...

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clc408 said...

A glass of good wine does wonders.

clc408 said...

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M.A. said...

A nice big shared bowl of popcorn with a good DVD.

Meghan said...

I either cook dinner (shrimp tacos were a recent favorite!) or we get thai take out, then relax and watch a funny movie. Thanks for the giveaway!

Glor Changar said...

We call them meals in a bag and we cook them all the time. Our favrite is the galic chicken skillet by Viola! It is like 3.98 and the perfect portion. yum!

Fangirl Jen said...

We usually cook a wonderful fillet of salmon and open a bottle of our better wines... then, it's snuggle time.

Andrea said...

My husband and I like to cook together over a nice bottle of wine :)

buzzd said...

Turn off the phones and just relax together with a good movie or just talking

buzzd said...

tweet
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TeeZee said...

Both of us are a bit of heath freaks, especially when it comes to food, so we spend quality time by cooking together. Our work hours are often long and unpredictable, but we still make it a point to cook together, especially on weekends, when we often prepare our meals for the week.

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Anonymous said...

sherri
dinner by candlelight then a nice movie make for a great night
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Elizabeth said...

Getting a babysitter. anything else is just icing on the cake!

The Sunshyn said...

An ordinary night with my significant other becomes extraordinary if we can manage to be alone with neither of us doing work things.
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The Sunshyn said...

I tweeted
http://twitter.com/The_Sunshyn/status/50651113694838784
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Tammigirl said...

We generally enjoy a bed picnic with a nice movie. Good food, a few candles, and Netflix/YouTube make a night just lovely.

Tammigirl said...

Here's a tweet:
http://twitter.com/#!/tammigirl/status/50664934547259392

JC said...

A good movie and some desserts can make ordinary evenings at home extraordinary.
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JC said...

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wisconsin rapids said...

My older kids are living with us temporarily (ages 30 and 24) and let me tell you, they are worse for romance than little ones cause they stay up and are not as easily entertained by a stupid dvd. So I tell them to beat it, light candles and open a bottle of our favorite wine.

lindacarol6 at gmail dot com

KaHolly said...

Soft music in the background, candlelight, a fine wine, and an extra special dessert.

Tina said...

light a candle, A good bottle of wine, music, just relax.
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Tina said...

http://twitter.com/#!/HappyTina0115/status/50986689614708736
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E said...

We go out and explore your city and try restaurants we would have never looked twice at!

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E said...

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Terri said...

We try to go to our favorite restaurant for a special night out when we can afford it
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Terri said...

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Cindy said...

just sitting at the table together makes any dinner special

Cindy said...

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Angel Jacklyn said...

WE SEND THE KIDS NEXT DOOR TO THE NEIGHBORS FOR A NIGHT, SO WE CAN MAKE IT EXTRAORDINARY LOL =D

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Ellie said...

We watch a movie together in bed after the kids have gone to bed. It usually turns the night into something extraordinary!

suburban prep said...

I try to make it like a date night. I set a nice table with a meal that we both enjoy and then a dessert and talking by the fireplace.

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Deb said...

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ellie said...

Usually dinner together and then snuggling on the couch with a movie and popcorn.
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ellie said...

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snowluvnferret said...

I love to cook. I make my evening special sometimes with candlelight and a fine wine. I'll set the table really pretty, use cloth napkins etc

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Gina @ the Crave to Save said...

We add candles and a bottle of wine!

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Gina @ the Crave to Save said...

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Jayne Martin said...

With a lovely bottle of Cabernet Savignon.

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Jayne Martin said...

Tweeted.

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Alicia said...

It's just me & the cats don't care. So actually plating the food as opposed to eating it from the pan or take-out container.

Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

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humanecats said...

Grabbing them at the door and giving them a really passionate kiss starts things out extraordinary.

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Karina said...

i like lighting candles

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Courtney said...

I make it look like a nice dinner out with candles and flowers and low lights.

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Anna said...

We make Homemade Pizza’s And Watch our favorite TV Shows!

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AStarrA said...

Usually a movie at home
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Bev said...

I love to make a special dessert to follow dinner and pick foods I know we both love. Then spend the meal together, sharing our days or plans for the rest of the evening. Just being together makes it more special to me.
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elle.paisley designs said...

desert makes everything just a little more special <3

sksweeps said...

Since my SO lives in another state, we don't see each other that often. This means ANY time together is a bit extraordinary and special! We generally try to go to one of our favorite mexican restaurants when he's in town, and no cell phones, just the two of us and lots of laughter!

sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

LAMusing said...

don't have a significant other (thanks for reminding me LOL), but I make meals special by using cloth napkins and turning on some music instead of the TV
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Norma said...

Dessert always makes it special :)
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LAMusing said...

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Robin said...

we sit at the table and sometimes add a glass of wine
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Kristin said...

Not scarfing our dinners down and just relaxing and enjoying the moment, then cuddling on the couch to watch a movie. Things are so busy that it is nice to just have a night to NOT be busy.
kwolfrum at ymail dot com.

francophilehic said...

Since usually I cook, I have him cook for me instead. He will cook & present the food restaurant-style. We then eat by candle light. I'll have wine & he has sparkling cider. Then we snuggle on the couch & watch a movie. Our dog alternates between sitting on our laps or humping our legs =P .

Carolsue said...

I light lots of candles, put on some romantic music, and serve a nice dinner.
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Carolsue said...

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The Stokley Family said...

The couch, wine and redbox!

Mrs. Newlywed Giggles said...

Our night would be extraordinary by just popping in a movie and some popcorn. It's the little things that make our night special. :)

Nicole said...

Anytime we open a bottle of wine, it automatically makes the night feel more special! Sometimes we dress up too - even for dinner at home. And sometimes those nights end up being the most fun!

Kiersten said...

A nice bottle of wine, real cloth napkins, and some dark chocolate after dinner make a great date night at home!

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Brittany said...

My fiance and I recently moved in together (after four LONG years of being long-distance) so honestly every night we are together is special for us!! However, some candles and a nice home-cooked meal never hurts either... !

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The Ramblings of a Thirtysomething Wife said...

I like to spend quality time with my husband and not just in between washing the dishes, loads of laundry or cooking dinner. Just sitting down and having uniterrupted time with him works for us!

The Ramblings of a Thirtysomething Wife said...

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Melanie said...

I make a night special by making a dish together.

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richandrenee said...

We usually cook dinner together and go for a hand in hand walk down our country road - sans kids and dogs

pickledseeds said...

I'll make a special dinner by cooking my husband's favorite food, steak and potatoes.

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ma04santos said...

I love to bake, I make snickadoodle cookies on a rainy day to warm up the house. Having some hot chocolate and a movie.

clynsg said...

One of the easiest ways to to make a favorite but no fuss dinner, and then relax discussing the family and memories.

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Jeanentt said...

Candles, good china, linen napkins, wine and soft music.

Megan said...

Make sure we turn off the TV and eat at the table, or when it's nice head outside and eat on the balcony. mtw816 at gmail.com

sy said...

clean the dishes together haha eating dinner together with candle light is always nice.
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sy said...

i tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/syytta/status/53964595559276544

susitravl said...

Fix a special dinner, send the kids to the movies and snuggle up on the sofa to watch a movie of our own.
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April said...

We like to laugh together so we find something funny on tv and spend an hour or so just chuckling.
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msrodeobrat said...

i love to light a candle.. so simple but it sets a great atmosphere
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Jenny B said...

Splurging and grilling out steaks is always a nice treat:)

Jenny B
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ma04santos said...

My husband loves pancakes, especially on Friday nights.

allysmama said...

I make an ordinary night extraordinary by adding some candlelite and some soft music to dinnertime...then...use your imagination!
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allysmama said...

tweet
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Tracy R said...

I like to surprise him by baking one of my great homemade desserts and I borrow a DVD from the library.

Tracy R said...

I tweeted
http://twitter.com/tracylr233/status/54083123973074945
thank you!

Anonymous said...

Dinner and a movie works for us!

Anonymous said...

Dinner and a movie works for us!

Chacoy said...

I am the type of person who likes to stay in! A movie and cuddling make an ordinary night extraodinary!
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Thank you for the opportunity!

Chacoy said...

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Kerry said...

Wine with dinner makes any dinner seem a little nicer:)
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Kerry said...

tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/KerryBishop/status/54353041725468672
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debbie said...

A movie, a nice dinner, and some time together.
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dawns41 said...

My man and I love to talk and just be together all the time.
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Samantha K. said...

Music and candles usually always work!

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linni said...

romantic dinner? I sever salad on separate plates, actually set the table and crack open some wine. (and send the kids to thier grandparents for a couple hours)

Chip said...

Not too many special dinners with just my hubby. I try to make it special by setting a nice table and having dinner ready for him when he gets home. With 3 small kids, it's about the best I can do right now.
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Chip said...

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4dbc03da-5ee1-11e0-8bc0-000bcdcb471e said...

Massage! I get a foot rub and he gets a scalp massage!

hearts said...

I dont have a significant other. I like to put a movie on for the whole family and spend time together.

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~LC~ said...

We watch our favorite shows on Netflix while snuggling on the couch with the puppy!

patis2 said...

we get in the kitchen together and cook deliciousness
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sweetsue said...

I like to light candles and put flowers on the table to add a little romance.
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vmkids said...

I light a few candles and just relax

jakiesmom said...

i make him a special dessert cause the key to his heart is his sweettooth
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Heather said...

A special night is when we can crawl in bed and snuggle before 11pm and have some alone time. Doesn't matter if we are watching a movie or just talking. Those moments together make it special.
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thisoldbroad said...

Any night with a pasta & some type of cream sauce is special!

clarker said...

Sitting down together for dinner is special!


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Anonymous said...

Debra Hall its the best thing to keep my sugar in check
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Kathleen said...

We make meals special by sitting at the table and talking about our day. We have two young children so it is hard to have a romantic meal at home.

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3 Boys and an Old Lady said...

Cooking together as a family makes dinner extraordinary in my household. Especially when the weather is warm and we can all participate in the backyard family bbq dinner.
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rhonjerm said...

We go out on most Wednesday's without Kiddos have supper, a drink sometimes, and just talk...this way we have time for each other!

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Callie said...

We enjoy going on a walk most nights (even if it is just around the block). Our dog loves the exercise and we love the time to talk to each other and connect w/out distractions. On the weekends we like to cook together!

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Melissa O. said...

We usually enjoy some adult beverages and cook dinner together...it's even better when it's nice and we can sit on the porch!

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sodahoney said...

My significant other is an 11 lbs cutie named Rex. He doesn't care much for fancy dishes or linen tablecloths. But I have a glass of wine while he licks the plate.

sodahoney said...

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